Where do Asian’s United fans go when they travel to Manchester?
Well, they can either watch a match or go to the museum and stadium tour. I admit that I was not into football before I met Mike. But he has always been a United fan and therefore, he took me to the tour to educate me on the history and also explore the stadium. Continue reading “Old Trafford Museum & Stadium Tour”
We just arrived yesterday, and today we were already on the move to the ancient city, York! Our train seats from Manchester Picadilly station to York was booked online with First TransPennine Express @ £46 for two. Using the confirmation number given, we printed out the ticket at Picadilly kiosk machine. We left the station at 10:26 am and reached at 11:40 am.
Continue reading “The Ancient City of York”
Our trip this time was planned three days before the departure date. The original plan was to travel to Vietnam and also Thailand. However, we have to change the destination due to the situation over the sea dispute between China and Vietnam were still ongoing and I was a bit worried to travel over there. Continue reading “Journey to The West”
This post was all about our two days quick trip searching for foods in places that we stopped. The trip was from Penang to Langkawi and then to Satun Thailand. We bought our ferry ticket two days before the departure date from Super Fast Ferry Ventures. The cost for a round trip from Penang to Langkawi was RM140.00 per person. Continue reading “Food Trip in Two Countries”
After 4 hours on the plane with Jetstar, we finally arrived in Hongkong. We took Metro train down to Hongkong station and then ride a taxi to Cosmo Hotel Wan Chai. The luck was still on our side because the hotel gave us a free upgrade to an Executive room for our three nights stay! Should I buy a lottery ticket? LOL.
Continue reading “Pearl of the Orient”
I’ve never been to Singapore before, so, when we found a suitable flight to Hong Kong departing from Singapore, we immediately booked it. It’s like killing two birds with one stone. Continue reading “City of Lion”
Early morning on boxing day, we took a bus to a terminal in Padang Bai Harbour or also known as Padang Bay. It’s in the east of Bali about 56km away from Seminyak. We reached the pier around 9 am and waited for an hour before it’s time to board the speedboat to Lombok. Continue reading “The Island of 1K Mosques”
When we first arrived on this beautiful island of Bali, it was at its peak season. However, I wasn’t expecting the immigration to be crowded, but it turned out I was wrong! It took us about an hour plus just to get out of this airport.
Continue reading “The Island of Gods”
Langkawi, the Duty-Free Island besides Pulau Labuan in Malaysia is a paradise for drinkers and shoppers! However, none of the terms applied to me. Anyway, this was my second time in Langkawi Island, when I first came here, I travelled by flight, but on this trip, I took the ferry instead. Continue reading “The Jewel of Kedah”